Phrasal Verb: Gnaw at

Gnaw at

Meaning: Trouble, worry or annoy someone

Example: I know it was wrong and guilt has GNAWED AT me ever since I did it.

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Gnaw at

Meaning: Harm gradually

Example: The government's dishonesty has GNAWED AT people's trust in politicians.

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